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1 What’s for Breakfast SY ? Wyoming Department of Education June 2013 Terry Walling ~ Tamra Jackson

2 Objectives: 1.Understand the new breakfast meal pattern, component requirements and calorie ranges; 2.Take away one week’s worth of menu ideas; 3.Find ways to tweak menus already in use to fit the new pattern 2Wyoming Department of Education 2013

3 LIVE IN THE MOMENT! 3Wyoming Department of Education 2013

4 General Requirements: 1.All SFAs must use FOOD BASED MENU PLANNING for breakfast; 2.Nutrient Standard and Enhanced are gone; 3. We will all use one way to plan breakfast 4Wyoming Department of Education 2013

5 K K-12: there is overlap in component requirements and calorie ranges so K-12 is possible Three age-grade groups: 5Wyoming Department of Education 2013

6 K-5: calories 6-8: calories 9-12: calories K-12: calories K-8: calories Calorie average over the WEEK Three age-grade groups: 6Wyoming Department of Education 2013

7 K-5: minimum 7 grain oz eq/week 6-8: minimum 8 grain oz eq/week 9-12: minimum 9 grain oz eq/week MAXIMUM LIMIT has been lifted on grain just as it has been for lunch for school year Three age-grade groups: 7Wyoming Department of Education 2013

8 3 Daily Breakfast component requirements: ~Grain~Fruit~Milk Food component: one of 3 food groups that comprise reimbursable breakfasts Food item: a specific food offered within the 3 food components; must offer at least 4 food items daily; under OVS, student may decline only one, even if more than 4 items are offered 8Wyoming Department of Education 2013

9 “Serve” OR “Offer vs. Serve” Under OVS for SY , SFA must offer at least 4 food items and students may decline one food item. Food items selected may be from any of the required components and must be in at least the minimum daily portions: ie: 1oz eq grain; 1/2cup fruit/juice; 1 cup milk “SERVE” is an OPTION at BREAKFAST for all grades K-12, which is different from lunch where 9-12 MUST be OVS. 9Wyoming Department of Education 2013

10 Let’s start with the two easiest: MILK FRUIT/VEGETABLE/100% JUICE 10Wyoming Department of Education 2013

11 Food Component: MILK MUST offer at least two options; MUST offer 1 cup daily to all grade-groups; MUST offer ONLY: ~ 1%/low-fat unflavored; ~ skim/fat-free unflavored; ~ skim/fat-free flavored; Applies to all service types: traditional, breakfast in the classroom, grab-n-go, etc. 11Wyoming Department of Education 2013

12 MUST offer at least ½ cup fruit/vegetable/100% juice each day to all grade groups; NO change to existing juice/fruit/vegetable component; Vegetables and fruits may be offered interchangeably; NO substitution requirements, NO vegetable sub-group requirements Food Component: FRUIT 12Wyoming Department of Education 2013

13 Food Component: FRUIT Juice must be 100% juice; NO limitations on juice in SY ; Students are NOT required to take fruit under OVS for SY But do remember: student may only decline one food item at breakfast under OVS. 13Wyoming Department of Education 2013

14 Work toward 1 cup fruit/day; Work toward no more than half fruit/vegetable offerings in form of juice starting SY ; Many SFAs are already offering students 1 cup fruit/vegetable/ or 100% juice at breakfast Food Component: FRUIT 14Wyoming Department of Education 2013

15 Now let’s look at GRAIN 15Wyoming Department of Education 2013

16 To review the required components for breakfast: GRAIN FRUITMILK 16Wyoming Department of Education 2013

17 MUST offer at least 1 oz eq of grain each day; MUST meet weekly minimum for each grade group: ~K-5: 7 oz eq per week minimum ~6-8: 8 oz eq per week minimum ~9-12: 9 oz eq per week minimum Food Component: GRAIN HALF of grain offered must be 50% whole grain-rich SY , same as lunch; all must be whole grain-rich SY Wyoming Department of Education 2013

18 What about large 2oz eq grain items? How are those counted? GRAIN 18Wyoming Department of Education 2013

19 MAY offer meat/meat alternate in place of part of grain component AFTER the minimum daily grains requirement if offered in the menu or planned breakfast Food Component: GRAIN Optional flexibility: substitute meat/meat alternate A 1 oz eq of meat/meat alternate may credit as 1 oz eq of grains 19Wyoming Department of Education 2013

20 MAY offer meat/meat alternate as an extra food and not credit toward grain component; Meat/meat alternate is NOT required; Would not count toward a component Optional Flexibility: Meat/meat alternate as EXTRA 20Wyoming Department of Education 2013

21 What would it look like to substitute a meat for a grain? GRAIN MEAT/MA in place of 2 nd grain FRUITMILK 21Wyoming Department of Education 2013

22 What might a reimbursable breakfast look like under OVS? GRAIN MEAT/MA in place of 2 nd grain FRUITMILK 22Wyoming Department of Education 2013

23 And a reimbursable breakfast could look like this under OVS: GRAIN MEAT/MA in place of 2 nd grain FRUITMILK 23Wyoming Department of Education 2013

24 What would it look like have meat/meat alternate as an “extra”? GRAIN MEAT/MA as an extra FRUITMILK GRAIN 24Wyoming Department of Education 2013

25 So let’s compare: SUBSTITUE meat/meat alternate for grain this works: yogurt, fruit and milk EXTRA meat/ma this works: grain, fruit, milk and meat/ma is EXTRA 25Wyoming Department of Education 2013

26 Recap: Offer vs. Serve Under OVS for SY , SFA must offer at least 4 food items and students may decline one food item. Food items selected may be from any of the required components and must be in at least the minimum daily portions: ~ ie: 1oz eq grain; 1/2cup fruit/juice; 1 cup milk 26Wyoming Department of Education 2013

27 Let’s look at current minimum for traditional: Does it still work for SY ? 27Wyoming Department of Education 2013

28 Does it still work for SY ? YES! NO! 28Wyoming Department of Education 2013

29 NO! MUST offer 1 oz eq grain daily… YES! 29Wyoming Department of Education 2013

30 What if I offer…and kids can have all? Does this work? Why or why not? 30Wyoming Department of Education 2013

31 What if I offer…? Does this work? What do you need to know? What can be declined? 31Wyoming Department of Education 2013

32 Multiple Choices: For an SFA that offers many choices for breakfast (ie: 13 items), the “decline” only one item does not work as the student would have to take 12 of the 13 items. Look at combinations that are possible and EDUCATE-EDUCATE-EDUCATE! 32Wyoming Department of Education 2013

33 Monday Choose One: Tuesday Choose one: Cereal and toast Cereal and yogurtMuffin and yogurt Bagel w/ cream cheeseBreakfast Pizza Breakfast sandwich Toast and string cheese FRUIT: Choose one: 1/2cup fruit, fresh fruit OR 1/2cup juice MILK: Choose one: skim choc, 1% unflavored, or skim unflavored 33Wyoming Department of Education 2013

34 Cereal bar, string cheese: 1-2grain/1 ma Breakfast wrap: 1 grain/1 meat/ma Pancake on a stick: 1-2grain/1 meat/ma Breakfast sandwich: 2 grain/1-2 meat/ma Yogurt parfait: IF it has at least 1 oz GRAIN then yes, with 1 ma Egg/cheese patty w/toast: 1 grain/2 ma Can combination items still work? We think so… But READ labels and consult the bread/grain chart! Calculate calories! 34Wyoming Department of Education 2013

35 Q: Where will the “extra” or “substitution” be documented? A: On the Food Production Records. There is an area on the “breakfast” tab to mark “meat as a substitution for grain”. The “new "production records are available: On the DE Web site: then School Nutrition Standards, then “New Meal Pattern Production Record” 35Wyoming Department of Education 2013

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37 Q: What about potato products for breakfast? A: For SY : NO substitution requirements; NO vegetable sub-group requirements; Vegetables and fruits may be offered interchangeably; May offer hash browns and mixed items at breakfast if calories allow 37Wyoming Department of Education 2013

38 Q: What’s up with the bread/grain chart? The NEW bread/grain chart goes into effect SY for breakfast and lunch; Grain amount increases from to 16 grams; Cereal (flakes/rounds) must be 1cup or 1 oz (many are 15/16oz, ¾ cup so check labels) Check labels: some 2 oz eq items will now be 1.75 oz eq or less 38Wyoming Department of Education 2013

39 Q: Will my current menu still work? A:That depends on what is being offered and how substitutions and/or “extras” are handled. There are so many different ways to do breakfast. Start with what you have and then make additions or subtractions. 39Wyoming Department of Education 2013

40 Take away messages for breakfast SY : Calorie Ranges in effect; 3 components offered daily: Grain-Fruit-Milk; Weekly MINIMUMS for grain with minimum of 1 oz eq grain offered daily; At least 4 food items offered daily; ½ cup fruit/vegetable/100% juice daily; Milk: two types; 1% and skim unflavored, skim flavored; Zero grams trans-fat. No more meat-meat! 40Wyoming Department of Education 2013

41 Terry Walling: Tamra Jackson: 41Wyoming Department of Education 2013


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